New publication date of A Grammar of Modern Indo-European postponed until inclusion of the latest corrections

The date for the new publication of the reference book A Grammar of Modern Indo-European has been postponed until a full revision of the grammar and translated texts is carried out, and the mistakes found are corrected. This decision has been taken – against previous reports – after a new full revision of the grammar […]

Last days of old price before A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Edition, is approved for Extended Distribution into thousands of outlets in the U.S.

The book A Grammar of Modern Indo-European will be approved for Extended Distribution into thousands of outlets in the U.S., including Bookstores & Online Retailers as well as Libraries & Academic Institutions. The distribution costs will then be of 26,95$/book, so we will need to put a minimal price of 27$ (probably slightly higher), so […]

Dnghu will give compensations to translators of our main book, A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Edition

We have been asking for collaborative help translating our main work, A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Edition, since its first edition in 2006. We have always offered our works for free, for everyone to be able to read them, and we want to maintain that policy. Until now, no full translation has been made, […]

45 copies of the Indo-European Grammar sold in the first 30 days, copies sent to members and Dnghu’s new bank account

These are the latest developments at Dnghu: Our main work, A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Edition, has been sold as printed book through Amazon 45 times since the 16th of October (plus one copy of the earlier 4.1 version), what makes it quite a successful start, compared to the first edition of the grammar. […]

The Indo-European Translator-Dictionary, updated with the latest version of the Proto-Indo-European lexicon

The Indo-European translator-dictionary has been updated with the latest version of the Proto-Indo-European lexicon, by Fernando López-Menchero. The software of the translator-dictionary has also been upgraded with the latest version of the Open Translation Engine, thanks to the help of David, the main developer of this open source software. The database and SQL file with […]

A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Printed Edition, available for purchase – Dnghu becomes an oficially registered Association

The latest version of A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, version 4, Second Printed Edition, was published online some days ago, and its printed edition has been approved, so that it is available for purchase at Amazon. We will try to provide members with the second printed edition of the grammar, to replace their previous versions […]

A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Edition, published, new web server and other news

These are the latest developments at Dnghu: A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, Second Edition, is prepared for its publication as a printed book, and we are awaiting the arrival of the proof copy to accept it and let it be sold at Amazon, probably within the next days. We wanted to offer immediately the final […]

Membership of the Indo-European Language Association, now without ordinary annual subscription fees

Statement by the Board, 27 Feb 2009: There has been a gross mistake in the description of the new condition for members. The ordinary Assembly General, held in February, decided in second call (Art. 20, First, Estatutes) with a qualified majority – of the members that were there with right to vote – that ordinary […]

The collaborative textbook A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, already in pre-version 4, heading for its second printed edition

Following the initial release date previously announced, the main collaborative textbook published by the Association, A Grammar of Modern Indo-European, has entered a pre-version 4 stage, heading for its second printed edition. Appart from the expected changes in MIE concept (viz. EIE, PIH, etc.) and the correction of errors and ommissions, the structure has been […]

Proposals and votes in the Association, free collaboration easier with OpenID, translations and more linguistic projects

These are the latest changes and projects of the Association: 1. After debating the possibility of opening free international membership for all, restricting actual membership (with voting rights) just for local people – to compel foreigners to develop their own Indo-European language revival organizations in the different countries, instead of relying in our tiny Association […]

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